2024 Remote Patient Monitoring Summit

April 15-16, 2024 * Westin San Diego Gaslamp * San Diego, CA

2024 Remote Patient Monitoring Summit








As healthcare spending continues to increase, innovative methods of delivering cost-effective care must be developed to advance care delivery and produce better patient outcomes with reduced cost. Remote patient monitoring has emerged as a promising technology to drive down healthcare costs while maintaining a high standard of care for patients. Technologies that enable providers to remotely monitor symptoms, key vitals, and other patient data can provide valuable real-time information that improve patient engagement and disease management. This conference will examine the key trends, opportunities, and outlook for remote patient monitoring, and explore how remote patient monitoring can help improve efficiency and patient engagement, facilitate disease management, reduce hospital readmissions, decrease emergency department utilization, and lower cost of care.
Who Should Attend?
From Hospitals/Health Systems/Health Plans/Urgent Care/Onsite Clinics/Home Care

  • CEO’s
  • Medical Directors
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Telehealth
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Clinicians
  • Patient Care
  • Mobile Health
  • Nursing
  • Physicians
  • Virtual Health
  • Digital health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Mental Health
  • Critical Care
  • eHealth
  • IT Director
  • Occupational Health
  • Telemedicine
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Operations Director
  • ICU/ER
  • Marketing Directors
  • Nursing Directors
  • R & D
  • Innovation
  • Product Managers
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Clinical Operations
  • Clinical Informatics
  • Health Innovations

Also of Interest to Vendors/Solution Providers/Medical Device Companies

Conference Agenda

Day One - Monday, April 15, 2024

7:15am – 8:00am
Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast 

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 

8:15am – 9:00am
How Remote Patient Monitoring Can Solve Many Patient and Provider Problems in Rural Areas
Rural communities across the US are facing an increasing healthcare crisis due to shortages in healthcare providers and facilities, especially as the nursing shortage continues throughout the country. One way people in these rural areas still can receive access to high-quality healthcare in a convenient and cost-effective way is through telemedicine and remote patient monitoring options. Telemedicine in these areas provides critically ill patients, for example, with access to medical specialists without being transferred and traveling an extended distance, and can allow providers to deliver advanced data driven intensivist led care. This session will explore the state of remote patient monitoring in rural America, trends in rural healthcare pushing RPM, drivers that encourage a rural hospital or health system CIO or clinical team to pursue RPM, and what CIOs and other health IT leaders should know about RPM before diving in.

Shari K. Rajoo M.D., M.S. (she/ her)
Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Population Health
Medical  Director, AnewCare Collaborative
Medical Director, HR Health Management Diabetes Program
Health Improvement Team, Dyad: Clinical Lead 

9:00am – 9:45am
Ways Payers Can Use Remote Care to Improve Population Health
In recent years, remote care has emerged as a powerful tool in healthcare, allowing providers to deliver care to patients outside of traditional clinical settings. Payers, including insurance companies and healthcare organizations, have a crucial role to play in leveraging remote care to improve population health. By implementing effective strategies and collaborating with providers and patients, payers can enhance access to care, improve patient outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs. In this session, we will explore key ways payers can utilize remote care to improve population health.

Tamara Perry, MA-IOC
Senior Director Operations
Virtual Health and Innovation 

9:45am – 10:15am
Networking & Refreshments Break 

10:15am – 11:00am
Remote Patient Monitoring:  Bridging Outpatient and Inpatient Care to Reduce Healthcare Utilization
Remote patient monitoring has its roots in large adult patient populations and focused specifically on reducing readmissions within 90 days.  We will provide lessons learned from implementation, discussion on staffing models, enrollment practices, and data on outcomes including experience and utilization. Remote monitoring truly has the promise to bridge the outpatient and inpatient care settings, and we will discuss pilot projects underway to evaluate this further. 

Mayumi Oda, MSN, CRNP
Clinical Lead Advanced Nurse Practitioner for RPM and Asynchronous Care
UAB eMedicine
University of Alabama at Birmingham 

11:00am – 11:45am
Reimbursements for Remote Patient Monitoring: How to Use Them to Raise Practice Revenue
Healthcare is a highly competitive field, and medical practices routinely find themselves vying for employees, patients, and favorable supplier pricing arrangements. To remain at the top of their game, optimizing operations is essential. Service reimbursements are one of the primary sources of revenue generation for practices, and remote patient monitoring (RPM) supports this income stream admirably. RPM reimbursements are one of the most profitable care management options available. Since the CPT codes were revised in 2020, remote monitoring is now covered by Medicare, Medicaid programs across 34 states, and multiple private payers. Providers receive payment for RPM patient setup and training, followed by a fixed monthly amount for managing health monitoring devices and recording patient readings. In addition, RPM reimbursements cover time spent each month by clinical staff to provide patient care management. This session will explore how you can increase revenue by adopting an RPM solution.

Meryl Holt
Head of Legal and Chief Compliance Officer

11:45am – 12:30pm
How Remote Patient Monitoring of Chronic Conditions Can Help Your Organization
More than 40 percent of the US population suffer from chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes and
COPD. Heart failure and hypertension are on the rise. The economic implications of these conditions — in both direct health care costs and lost productivity — range in the trillions of dollars. No business or industry escapes the impact. This session will explore new strategies and approaches to address these health concerns and stay on top of the needs of your workforce using RPM.

Carla Beckerle, DNP,APRN-BC
Vice President of Clinical Programs
Esse Health 

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Lunch Break 

1:30pm – 2:15pm
Interoperability: Leveraging Technology to Advance Coordinated Care
Limited system interoperability poses a challenge for hospitals and health systems aiming to deploy programs that make clinicians’ work more efficient. This session will examine the importance of interoperability in remote patient monitoring programs, including:

  • Understanding interoperability and health information technology, and their impact on patient care
  • Promoting more effective information sharing that can lead to data capture for complex population health initiatives

Hallie Bleau
Vice President, Care Management
Northwell Health Solutions 

2:15pm – 3:15pm
Panel: AI in Remote Patient Monitoring
The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into remote patient monitoring is revolutionizing healthcare by enhancing patient care, increasing efficiency, and enabling early intervention. RPM leverages technology to monitor patients’ health conditions remotely, reducing the need for frequent in-person visits. The incorporation of AI algorithms further augments the potential of RPM by analyzing vast amounts of patient data to detect trends, anomalies, and potential issues. In this session, we will explore the top transformative use cases of AI in remote patient monitoring in 2024 and beyond.

Khang Nguyen, MD,
Assistant Executive Medical Director for Care Transformation
Southern California Permanente Medical Group 

Jay Pandit, MD
Director of Digital Medicine
Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Disease and Molecular Medicine
Scripps Research and Translational Institute
Scripps Health

Shekar Ramanathan
Executive Director Digital Transformation. Company
Atlantic Health System 

3:15pm – 3:45pm
Networking & Refreshments Break 

3:45pm – 4:30pm
RPM+: Elevating Care Beyond Boundaries – Expanding Reach and Enhancing Capabilities for Comprehensive Digital Health Engagement in Pediatric Populations
How can we push the boundaries of the traditional RPM model?  The scarcity of devices and systemsdesigned for pediatric remote patient monitoring poses distinct challenges. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has been actively providing RPM services to pediatric populations since 2017, with 24 active programs across 12 divisions, utilizing a centralized nursing team.  In this session, we will delve into the operational intricacies of our current RPM program, address the unique challenges associated with pediatric remote patient monitoring, and introduce an expanded model for remote care tailored to high-acuity and complex patients. Our innovated approach, RPM+, serves as a linkage between traditional RPM and the Hospital at Home concept, pushing the boundaries of remote patient monitoring within the pediatric context.

Lauren Majors, IBCLC
Consultant, Center for Telehealth
Cincinnati Children’s 

4:30pm – 5:15pm
Member Centric Outreach to Improve Outcomes for Blood Pressure Monitoring High blood pressure continues to rise, as almost half of all adults in the U.S. have hypertension. Nearly all primary care physicians, cardiologists, endocrinologists, and nephrologists face the challenge of helping their patients with blood pressure control. And while there is a serious risk of heart attack, stroke an even death, BP control remains a main priority. Patients experience common barriers to hypertension control including disengagement with their provider, lack of hypertension knowledge, negative primary care experience, and lack of disease awareness. Knowledge of barriers and facilitators can inform areas of success and opportunities for improvement in hypertension programs. Building strong relationships and designing member centric intervention strategies can positively influence behaviors, close gaps in care, reduce social risk factors and improve health outcomes. Building an in-home monitoring program can help support patient engagement and reduce social barriers to care. This session will explore on how to strategically engage enrollees from a member-centric approach on completing on providing in-home blood pressure monitoring cuffs. After this presentation, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand how to identify data strategies to choose a target population.
  • Learn how to engage members on utilizing in-home blood pressure cuffs.
  • Identify how to implement in-home testing to address screening gaps.

Jamie Galbreath, PhD, MPH, CHES
Quality Improvement Director

End of Day One

Day Two – Tuesday, April 16, 2024

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Recap of Day One 

8:15am – 9:00am
How Remote Patient Monitoring Can Help Advance Health Equity
It’s an unfortunate reality of the US healthcare system that health disparities have long persisted across multiple years and populations, and that many patients have received less than adequate care due primarily to factors outside of their control. It is a great time for the industry to take all the learnings gained and leverage the advancements made in recent years to work towards health equity advancement. Health equity is the concept of ensuring that everyone has a fair and just opportunity to attain their full health potential, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, or other factors. This session will explore how remote patient monitoring (RPM) is one avenue toward advancing health equity. 

Michael B. Marchant
Director – Interoperability and Innovation
UC Davis Health 

9:00am – 9:45am
Optimizing Clinical Operations Post-Acute Care Utilizing Remote Patient Monitoring
In this session we will take a look at how remote patient monitoring has maximized clinical operations while increasing overall patient satisfaction. Learn about the components that make a successful post-acute care program while utilizing homecare and remote patient monitoring.

Michelle Elsener MBA, BSN, RN-BC, CPHQ
Clinical Quality Nurse
White Plains Hospital 

9:45am – 10:15am
Networking & Refreshments Break 

10:15am – 11:00am
Improving Patient Engagement through Digital Health
Momentum has been building in healthcare and providers are turning to new connected health solutions that allow them to more effectively treat and communicate with patients. This session will examine how connected health not only offers physicians new ways to treat and manage patients, but creates new ways for patient engagement, helping patients become more informed about their healthcare and, ultimately, improve health outcomes.

Brenda Garza, M.S. Healthcare Transformation
Sr. Qualitative Research Coordinator
Dell Medical School
The University of Texas at Austin 

11:00am – 11:45am
Virtual Monitoring for the Inpatient Setting
As we struggle in health care to meet staffing needs, virtual health may be a solution. In this session, the use of remote nurses and technicians to provide support to RNs in the ICU, medical surgical floors and EDs will be explored. Methods employed to provide mentoring for new RNs, central monitoring of telemetry patients and virtual sitter and medical surgical RN models will be discussed, including lessons learned and data from this organization’s programs.

Brian Wayling
Executive Director, Technology & Development, TeleHealth Services
Intermountain Healthcare 

11:45am – 12:30pm
Digital Health Tools and Value Based Care 

Anthony Roggio, MD
Medical Director
UMMS Center for Telehealth
University of Maryland Medical System
Assistant Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Conference Concludes

Workshop - Tuesday, April 16, 2024
12:45pm – 2:45pm

Workshop: How to Set Up a Remote Patient Monitoring System

In this session, we will break down every step of setting up a remote patient monitoring system in your practice and what that will look like for you. Your practice is a multifaceted machine, and many pieces have to align to make the transition into using remote patient monitoring a good one. RPM is changing healthcare more and more every day, and if you have found this piece, you might be wondering if it’s the right fit for your practice. The bigger question might be whether implementing this technology will disrupt things in your practice too much. And we won’t lie, there is some work here, but there is a lot that your practice stands to gain by adopting remote patient monitoring into your patient services to increase health outcomes and stay on top of patient conditions. We will explore what remote patient monitoring is, and a few reasons why implementing this is a good idea before getting to how exactly you can do it. Also, we will talk about a few CMS changes in the setup process.


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Are there group discounts available?

  • Yes – Register a group of 3 or more at the same time and receive an additional 10% off the registration fee

Are there discounts for Non-Profit/Government Organizations?

  • Yes – please call us at 800-743-8490 for special pricing

What is the cancellation policy?

  • Cancellations received 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a refund minus the administration fee of $225. Cancellation received less than 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a credit to a future event valid for one year.

Can the registration be transferred to a colleague?

  • Yes – please email us in writing at info@brinetwork.com with the colleague’s name and title

Where can I find information on the venue/accommodations?

  • Along with your registration receipt you will receive information on how to make your hotel reservations. You can also visit individual event page for specific hotel information. The conference fee does not include the cost of accommodations.

What is the suggested dress code?

  • Business casual. Meeting rooms can sometimes be cold so we recommend a sweater or light jacket
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